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Horoscope of the USA:
Sagittarius Rising Chart
Uranus = 011
Jupiter = 101
Saturn = 111
Sun = 121
Pluto = 122
Venus = 201
Mars = 210
Neptune = 210
Mercury = 220
Moon = 242
Node = Transcendental Node (120)
United States: Sagittarius
Secondary Jupiter, Tertiary
Jul 4, 1776
17.13.00 LMT (+00)
Asc: 12Sa59; Mc: 01Li53
Source: Noel Tyl, "Astrology: Mundane, Astral, Occult,"
p. 50, citing Dane Rudhyar's rectified chart in "The Astrology
of America's Destiny."
"The exact time
of the founding of the American states remains uncertain. "[Historian
Manley Palmer Hall's] suggestion of 5.00 P.M. finds interesting support
in the fact that the anniversary celebrations on 4 July 1778 began
at 5.00 PM, and in other years seem to have begun at a similar time
which the historian Channing (who believed the Declaration was signed
later), regarded as 'early'." Campion (Second
Edition, 1996), "The Book of World Horoscopes,"
Additional information: "On July 4, 1776, the Second Continental
Congress officially declared independence and formed the United States
of America by adopting the Declaration of Independence. Written by
Thomas Jefferson of Virginia, the declaration was a sweeping indictment
of the king, Parliament, and the British people. It also set forth
certain self-evident truths that were basic to the revolutionary cause.
It said that all men are created equal, and are endowed by their Creator
with rights to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. To protect
those rights, men organized governments, and the governments derived
their powers from the consent of the governed. But when a government
ceased to preserve the rights, it was the duty of the people to change
the government, or abolish it and form a new one.
"Thus the colonists were fighting for philosophical principles
as well as specific objectives. The spirit aroused by the Declaration
of Independence was an important factor in the ultimate American victory."
The World Book Encyclopedia, CD-Rom edition, 1967.
United States horoscopes:
The Role of the Least-aspected Planet in Astrocartography
by The Mountain Astrologer's
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Web Sites for Astrologers," reviewed by Mary Plumb,
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[second number]; and aspects to ascendant and midheaven [third
number]. The node is calculated
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